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Topic - Michael Harris
Boasting no color, no taste and no smell, the tap water from the Mount View-Edgewood Water Co. in Edgewood, Wash. (pop. 9,387) made a big splash, taking top honors Wednesday at the 13th annual national taste-test competition sponsored by the National Rural Water Association.
"You ask the congressman if he has one scientific report anywhere that shows the hunting activity of captive animals has contributed to the success of restoring wild populations," said Michael Harris, a lawyer for Connecticut-based Friends of Animals.
Harris says he was inspired by Smart's "infamous" reputation around the Big 12 for trying to draw fouls by flopping.